Department Of Homeland Security Urging Citizens To Prepare For Zombie Attack
No, it's not an early Halloween prank. The Associated Press is reporting that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has launched a new "public health campaign" and has "urged citizens to prepare for a zombie apocalypse."
|The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have gotten into the act as well and have launched a series of seminars and social media campaigns on zombie attack survival.|
CDC pamphlet, "Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse" gives a history of
zombies and checklists of all the survival items that citizens should have in
stock in case of a zombie attack, is
presently available online here.
What's gotten into DHS, FEMA and the CDC? Obviously, federal government officials do not recognize the existence of zombies, at least not officially, but DHS, FEMA and CDC are apparently using the zombie-angle as a lame marketing ploy.
According to the Associated Press, our disaster response agencies are under the impression that if citizens are "prepared for a zombie attack, the same preparations will help during a hurricane, pandemic, earthquake or terrorist attack;" and undoubtedly, the approaching of the Halloween holiday and the recent public infatuation with all things undead, more than likely played a role in inspiring our government to push the marketing ploy.
Is this latest government idiocy effective marketing or a waste of our hard-earned tax dollars? Let us know your thoughts."
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